Felton Road strokes its beard
21 Oct 2013 by Jancis Robinson
Early last month Nigel Greening, the owner of Felton Road , one of Central Otago's most admired producers, presented a run of their latest wines in London. So popular were his sessions that he had to speak three times to a crowded Mary Lou room in the Groucho Club, Soho, and even by the end of the second one looked exhausted. He is someone who doesn't just present a PR spiel but, in my experience, genuinely shares the current preoccupations of the 32-hectare estate based in Bannockburn and is clearly in reflective mode now that the oldest vines are into their twenties. Stewart Elms planted the first vines here in 1992 in what is...

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